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Mathematical methods for physics.

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hi,
please do a favour by posting the links of video lectures on mathematical methods for physics, i got one elegant lecture on taylor series (indeed grateful to the professor :) ) frm here http://www.academicearth.org/lectures/the-taylor-series-and-other-mathematical-concepts.

i m in search for more videos covering Calculus of single and multiple variables, partial derivatives, Jacobian, imperfect and per*fect differentials etc.


N.B : with due respect to all moderates here, i think its the right section to put my need here, or incase of failure,as repercussion mods please move it to the right section :)
 
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thanks mbiscool for ur valuable contribution, i m looking at mit courseware now :)
 

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